DVDs: 5 Hip New DVDs From That Hip Decade

They're rebels from the '60s that still stand out

The 60s are recalled as a time of protest, anger, frenetic activity. But movies, always a bit behind the times, were focused back then on inner rebellion, the slouch of regret. It was when anguish got up from the analyst's couch and sidled onto the big screen. You can savor these DVDs for the vicarious angst or for the pleasure of seeing some movie lions in their prime. (Exhibit A: Alain Delon. Rawrr.)

JULES AND JIM

Although set in the '20s, this is the '60s film par excellence. Jules (Oskar Werner) and Jim (Henri Serre) both love the free-spirited Catherine (Jeanne...

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